LPIC-1 Linux Administrator - Exam 102

(102-500.AT1) / ISBN : 978-1-64459-577-0
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Lessons

6+ Lessons | 55+ Exercises | 36+ Quizzes | 60+ Flashcards | 60+ Glossary of terms

TestPrep

1+ Full Length Tests | 8+ Post Assessment Questions | 7+ Practice Test Questions

Hands-On Labs

27+ LiveLab | 00+ Minutes

1

Shells and Shell Scripting

  • Customize and use the shell environment
  • Customize or write simple scripts
2

User Interfaces and Desktops

  • Install and configure X11
  • Graphical Desktops
  • Accessibility
3

Administrative Tasks

  • Manage user and group accounts and related system files
  • Automate system administration tasks by scheduling jobs
  • Localisation and internationalisation
4

Essential System Services

  • Maintain system time
  • System logging
  • Mail Transfer Agent (MTA) basics
  • Manage printers and printing
5

Networking Fundamentals

  • Fundamentals of internet protocols
  • Persistent network configuration
  • Basic network troubleshooting
  • Configure client side DNS
6

Security

  • Perform security administration tasks
  • Setup host security
  • Securing data with encryption

0

Shells and Shell Scripting

  • Creating a Bash Script to View the Software Packaging Format
  • Creating Aliases
1

User Interfaces and Desktops

  • Checking a Display Server
2

Administrative Tasks

  • Managing Password Expiry Information
  • Managing Users and Groups
  • Creating a New Group and Adding an Account to it
  • Locking and Unlocking an Account
  • Reviewing Account Settings
  • Using the at command to Manage Jobs
  • Creating a cron Job
  • Viewing the System Locale Settings
3

Essential System Services

  • Using NTP and NTPQ Utilities
  • Configuring chrony
  • Setting the System Time
  • Maintaining the System Time
  • Vacuuming the Journal
  • Querying the Journal Content
4

Networking Fundamentals

  • Viewing the Routing Table
  • Tracing Routes
  • Configuring a Network on CentOS
  • Using the dig Command to Look Up DNS Records
  • Using the host Command to Retrieve Information About the Domain
  • Obtaining Network Information
5

Security

  • Discovering Open Ports
  • Using the nmap and netstat Utilities
  • Finding TCP Network Services
  • Using GPG

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